Teach EFL in France

Date posted:2011-02-16 | Writer: Learnship Networks GmbH | Email: [email protected]

Learnship Networks GmbH is an e-learning startup company in Cologne, Germany. We support a new method of teaching and learning language through our platforms at our web site, and are currently looking for TEFL qualified teachers based in France.  LearnShip is the first European-wide internet language school specializing in live online teaching, connecting students and trainers internationally through the use of a virtual classroom. Our freelance teachers are located in many countries, and are able teach from the convenience of their home. Classes are one-on-one, or in the case of our group lessons for a unique and personalized learning experience.  Our teachers have flexible schedules and set their own hours.    Our ideal candidate:    * A native English speaker    * Experience teaching English    * A high level of fluency in French    * Previous business training experience    * Strong proficiency in using the internet    * Fast comprehension and high flexibility    * Friendly, outgoing personalityIf you meet the above requirements, then we are excited to hear from you!   Please email your CV and cover letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading with English Teacher with French in the subject line.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


Pronunciation is often and unfortunately neglected. This is because native speakers of English such as myself find it to be second nature. Use of nonsense words is an effective way to teach intonation and stress. It is useful to memorize the phonetic alphabet. The teacher is the best source of intonation for students, but guides such as movie clips would also help as the teacher is not always present.This unit identifies speaking and writing as two productive skills. It talks about the difference between accuracy and fluency and identified activities that focus on accuracy and fluency. It also enumerates reasons why learners are reluctant to speak or participate and identifies ways to encourage interaction. It also gave examples of identifies things that should be considered when it comes to writing.